Trends we love: 3D Wedding Dresses

By on December 5, 2015

There are some trends that stay for a while and are then forgotten, and then there are others that make the cut and live on to be all-time favorites. One such trend that has picked up momentum and was a designer favorite on the bridal runways this year is 3D wedding dresses.

3D embellishments add an endearing charm to a wedding dress, whether it is modern or traditional in style. Whimsical motifs like butterflies and flowers scattered across gowns of various lengths and patterns to create strikingly attractive designs that every bride would love to dress in. The Fashionista website highlights this trend with the Angel Sanchez’s futuristic wedding gown design for Spring 2016.

While that particular design may be suitable for a bold bride with its contemporary cuts and adventurous wavy layers of tulle fabric, there are plenty of gowns with 3D embellishments that are a safer choice. Let us take a look at some of our favorites that make the list.

Jasmine Collection Couture Spring-T172010

Spectacular Alencon floral lace appliques spread throughout the length of this A-line gown, embracing it all over the bodice and fanning out into dainty clusters along the skirt. The differing textures of the lace and tulle cause the floral motifs to stand out in 3D style. The appliques are further embellished with sparkling stones and tiny crystals that add a scintillating effect to the dreamy designs. Featuring a stunning sweetheart neckline and highlighting the waist with a waistband in a deeper color, the dress is nothing short of perfection itself.

Mori Lee 2676 Embroidered Venice Lace appliques on net gown

How feminine and delicate is this net wedding gown. Classic Venice lace appliques with intricate beading form clusters of floral extravaganza throughout the length of this gown. Softly framing the strapless neckline is a beautiful band of sparkling stones. The dress also has a removable waistband and the fit and flare design is slimming, thus allowing you to show off your stylish side.

Y11561 Teal from Sophia Tolli

Not all designs can look both feminine and bold at the same time, but Teal does. A luxurious spread of lace motifs engulf the bodice and sweep over the layered skirt, forming a pronounced 3D effect that cannot be missed. The softly scintillating crystal beaded waistband, stylish scalloped hemline and dreamy illusion neckline are additional features that make this gown a masterpiece.

Alfred Angelo 2522 gown with simplistic 3D motif

Some dresses have the ability to create magic with just a few elements placed at the right places. This Alfred Angelo achieves this effect, with just a few striking elements. On the skirt is a spectacular 3D embroidered motif that makes this dress stand out with striking effect. This well-balanced motif n the pleated ball gown skirt matches the beautiful waistband and glittering shoulder straps, that add the finishing touches to the modern fitted gown.

Do you love this 3D trend as much as we do? If you do, take a look at more spectacular wedding gowns from our wide wedding collection at Best for Bride. Be the epitome of grace and make a style statement on your wedding day with a befitting choice that is perfect for your big day.

About Olga Pomeransky

Olga is manager at Best for Bride since 2005. Currently Best for Bride operates 4 bridal stores in Canada (Toronto, Etobicoke, Hamilton and Barrie). Best for Bride sells wedding, bridesmaids, mob dresses and more. http://www.BestForBride.com

2 Comments

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    Megan Dewey

    January 10, 2016 at 8:07 AM

    Hmm, that really adds to the dress. I am going to look into this trend.

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    Barbara Noyola

    January 10, 2016 at 8:37 AM

    It is amazing to see what all of the “trends” bring people.

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